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Peace-Weavers and Shield-Maidens: Women in Early English Society

by Kathleen Herbert

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An account of the earliest Englishwomen; the part they played in the making of England, what they did in peace and war, the impressions they left in Britain and on the continent, how they were recorded in chronicles and how they come alive in heroic verse and jokes.

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Very interesting and persuasive. Sometimes the evidence seems a bit tenuous, but perhaps I'm just overly cynical.
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